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# Unit11Summary - Problems 18.37(18.39 18.41 18.48 18.49...

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My Blackboard All Blackboard Sites Home Help Logout Course Map Announcements Course Info/Calendar Staff & TAs Unit 10 Unit 11 Unit 12 Unit 13 Unit 14 Unit 15 Unit 16 Unit 17 Unit 18 all videos My Grades !"#\$%&\$ (()* +,%- (( .\$\$%/,01,-\$ (Problems in parentheses are not required.) A C T I V I T I E S S U B J E C T M A T T E R Read GRR, section 18.1-18.3 Problems: 18.1, (18.3), 18.7, 18.9, 18.11, 18.13, 18.15, 18.19 Electric current, emf and circuits, microscopic view of current in a metal: the free electron model Tutorial: Current flow Watch Video Tape 11-1 (time 31 min.) Read GRR, sec. 18.4 Watch Video 11-2 (time 28 min.) Problems: (18.21), 18.25, 18.26, 18.27, (18.32), (18.33) Tutorials: Resistivity, Internal resistance of a battery Resistance and resistivity, Ohm's law, internal resistance Read GRR, sec. 18.5-18.6
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Unformatted text preview: Problems: 18.37, (18.39), 18.41, 18.48, 18.49 Tutorials: Parallel resistors, resistor network See "demos", Blackboard link Kirchhoff's rules; Series and parallel circuits See "demos" of 2 & 4 resistor circuits and Kirchoff's laws Read GRR, sec. 18.7 Problems: 18.53, 18.55 Self Demo 1: Resistor Square and Cube Circuit analysis using Kirchhoff's rules (Cube is optional) Read GRR, sec. 18.8 Problems: (18.57), 18.59, 18.62, (18.65), 18.67 Power and energy in circuits Self Demo 2: Light bulbs in Series and in Parallel, Study Guide p. 11-4 Illustrative Problem #1, p. 11-12 Problems: 18.110, 18.120 Current and power in electric circuits Read GRR, sec. 18.9 Measuring currents and voltages 1 of 1 5/16/09 12:47 PM...
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